The GreEnergy consortium comprises eight partners including four top-level universities, one research centre and three specialized SMEs, coming from six different countries, namely Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Israel, Italy and Finland.

In GreEnergy, the industry partners are crucial for ensuring the industrial relevance of the technology development and for the commercial exploitation of the project results, while the research and academic partners will target breakthrough innovations and demonstrate the viability of the GreEnergy technology. This well-balanced cluster of enterprises and institutions works together to achieve the project objectives, i.e. to demonstrate a prototype achieving 20-40% efficiency for the integrated components at a system cost below €100 per 1 m2.
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Chalmers University of Technology:

Within Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers), the research activities of the electronics materials and systems laboratory (EMSL) focus on microsupercapacitor (MSC) technologies which can be integrated on-chip in CMOS compatible processes. The group has unique experience in high temperature and thermal stability of MSCs, vibrational and thermal energy harvesting as well as integrated power management circuitry for self-powering systems. As the GreEnergy project coordinator, Chalmers will contribute their expertise to the development of the energy storage unit (MSC component), the process for on-chip integration of antenna/rectifier with power management unit and energy storage device. Chalmers will also be in charge of demonstrating and benchmarking the prototype of the integrated system.
Prof. Peter Enoksson
Dr. Mazharul Haque
Prof. Per Lundgren
Agin Vyas
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Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mikro- und Optoelektronik mbH (AMO), a German non-profit high-tech-SME, is a research foundry specialized in applied R&D for nano- and opto-electronics to help bridge the gap between basic research and applications. In 2017, AMO and RWTH Aachen University founded the Aachen Graphene and 2D Materials Center, bringing together the research expertise and facilities in the areas of material science, analytics, device design and manufacturing. In GreEnergy, AMO will apply its expertise to coordinating the systems engineering, physically realizing the wide band rectennas and contributing to system integration. AMO will also address the exploitation opportunities for technology transfer to European industry.
Dr. Avi Ginzburg
Andreas Hemmetter
Prof. Max Lemme
Dr. Zhenxing Wang
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Founded in 2005, SCIPROM is an SME specialised in the management and communication of large research projects. SCIPROM supports coordinators from the first project idea to the final report, in project set-up, negotiation, management and communication
Filippo Gander
Dr. Kirsten Leufgen
Dr. Clara Roujeau
Dr. Peter Ulrich
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Leibniz Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik

Within Leibniz Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik (IHP), a German public research institute, the Ultra-Low Power Wireless group has a long-standing expertise on Radio Frequency (RF) circuit design for wireless sensor systems and on integrated power management circuits for energy-efficient DC-supply units of wireless sensor systems. In GreEnergy, IHP will contribute critical expertise to create state-of-the-art integrated power management circuits, by assessing the I/O circuitry for correct interfacing of rectenna and storage unit, designing and simulating the circuital interface unit. IHP will also lead the systems engineering with strong support by AMO.
Dr. Gunther Fischer
Mesut Inac
Dr. Mindaugas Lukosius
Dr. Andrea Malignaggi
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Nogah Photonics Ltd

Founded in 2014, Nogah Photonics Ltd (NOGAH) is an Israeli company active in several fields such as optical and photonics engineering R&D, modelling of complex waveguide architectures, light propagation and interaction with matter, for various aerospace and defense applications. In GreEnergy, NOGAH expertise will be critical for the modelling activities, by focussing on specific issues related to the interaction between the nanostructure and the incoming light.
Dr. Yuval bar Yossef
Dr. Joseph Peri
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Università Politecnica delle Marche

Within Università Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM), an Italian public university institution, the Department of Information Engineering (DII) offers state-of-the-art postgraduate education in electronics, robotics, and bio-engineering. The nanotechnology/electromagnetics group of UNIVPM-DII carries out research in diverse topics related to the multi-physics modelling in nano-structured materials as well as the simulation and design of integrated circuits. UNIVPM will contribute critical expertise to the multi-physics modelling and software-based simulation of the graphene-based geometric diodes (rectifiers) developed in GreEnergy. UNIVPM will also organise two GreEnergy post graduate European doctoral schools to foster the next generation of researchers in the field.
Prof. Andrea Di Donato
Dr. Davide Mencarelli
Prof. Luca Pierantoni
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Aalto University

Founded in 2010, Aalto University (Aalto) is a Finnish multidisciplinary university in the fields of science and technology, economics, architecture, art and design. At the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, the Aalto group involved in GreEnergy has unique experience in the study and fabrication of nanostructures based on 2D materials, semiconductors, dielectrics, metals and hybrid materials for solar cells, LEDs, detectors, and biosensors. Aalto will therefore apply its expertise to developing, fabricating and characterising the wideband rectennas at optical frequencies based on graphene and metal-insulator-metal structures.
Prof. Harri Lipsanen
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University of Udine

Within the University of Udine (UNIUD) and the Department of Engineering and Architecture (DPIA), the UNIUD group involved in GreEnergy has extensive experience in the numerical and theoretical analysis of electromagnetic wave propagation in photonic crystals, the modelling and design of integrated optical devices, plasmonics and optical antennas, microwave circuits as well as the design of RF circuitry for wireless communication systems. In GreEnergy, UNIUD will provide crucial input for the modelling, simulation and design of optical antennas that are able to capture light in the frequency range of hundreds of THz and can match with electronic circuitry needed to rectify the radiation and extract energy from it.
Prof. Michele Midrio
Prof. Stefano Boscolo Nale